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Just 4 years ago, Lisa and Greg Clouston, owners of Spring Creek Farm were struggling to make a living. Fuel and fertilizer costs were skyrocketing, and Greg began experiencing health issues from the stress of trying to earn a living on their farm. Then Lisa signed them up for a series of classes on Holistic Management.

Today, Spring Creek Farm stands in stark contrast to its surroundings. Grass stands over three feet tall, while neighbors struggle to grow a single inch. On a windy day, Lisa and Greg can see the blowing soil from neighboring undernourished, overgrazed land that surrounds them.

“Holistic Management united everything we do; allowing us to have more cattle, pigs, sheep, and chickens,” says Lisa. “We would have gone out of business without the training we received.

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